Great news for all those DIYers out there, with Bunnings announcing that they’ll be fully online by the end of the year.
The good ol’ Aussie hardware shop (that has EVERYTHING) is in the process of getting majority of their stock online throughout Australia.
The retailer has confirmed they’re trialling the site in Tasmania and one town in Victoria at the moment, where some 60,000 products (including the bulky stuff) is available to purchase online.
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Customers will be able to have products delivered to their door, or they can choose a click and collect option to pick up from instore.
While they’ve had an online site for a while, for special orders and what not, this is a huge step for the company.
It all apparently came about after research found that some Bunnings customers found it annoying to go through all the aisles of the store, and that it was taking too long to find things.
While they do seem to be a bit behind the times on this development, they’re a GIANT retailer, with some extremely large items. So … we can kind of see why.
It’s understood there will be a delivery charge depending on item size and weight, though those details haven’t been fully disclosed yet.
The trials are reportedly doing well at the moment, while the nationwide roll-out has been promised by the end of the year.
If only they could delivery the obligatory Bunnings snag with purchases…